Eurovea prepares for extension grand opening

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The Eurovea extension prepares for opening.The Eurovea extension prepares for opening. (Source: Courtesy of Eurovea)

The Eurovea shopping centre will become Slovakia's largest on Thursday when, at 10:00, the extension to the building will open its doors to visitors.

The new shopping area will add 26,000 m2 to the existing rental area of 59,000 m2 and retail centre bosses have reported a 95-percent occupancy rate for new commercial premises in the extension.

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It is expected that the big draw for shoppes in the new area will be the first Slovak branch of Irish fast fashion brand Primark. Other stores which will open there are HalfPrice, Nike, JD Sports and Mango.

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